Coronavirus updates from Baltimore Brew, Maryland Matters, Technical.ly Baltimore, Real News Network, Fishbowl, Baltimore Magazine, and a selection of relevant articles published by Baltimore-based journalists for a variety of publications
Look no further than these Baltimore- and DC-based galleries and artist-run spaces currently selling affordable art.
Weather takes an atmospheric view of dread, from domestic to existential, that is particular to our 21st-century life.
Never Rarely Sometimes Always is something of a procedural, except the procedure here isn’t a police investigation or anything along those lines, it’s an abortion.
I wasn’t really interested in, and didn’t have the capacity for, longreads this week—many of which were about the pandemic. Instead, I focused on shorter reads, and quick snippets from the internet.
We all expended a tremendous amount of labor—myself, the artists, art handlers, the gallery director, friends, family—to get the show open. And now, the result of COVID-19 is that effort sits in a gallery unviewed.
Coronavirus updates from Baltimore Brew, AFRO Newspaper, Baltimore Beat, Real News Network, Fishbowl, Sun, Baltimore Magazine, and a selection of relevant articles published by Baltimore-based journalists for a variety of publications
Author Susan Muaddi Darraj—who is Arab American and born to Palestinian parents—is forging new ground and giving visibility to young girls from this culture.
We are living through a major historical event and it's essential that we record our experiences.
Craft materials, like art materials, need to be utilized to generate new and personal meanings that have relevance, that also engage with the world of ideas.
This week we are featuring online events that you can view from the comfort of your own couch plus a few ways to get involved locally. Stay home, stay healthy, stay engaged in the arts.
Opportunities to help out, apply for much-needed support, and make plans for the future.
These four-layered bamboo/cotton, antimicrobial fabric masks are perfect for daily wear and extending the lifespan of N95 masks for healthcare professionals.
Isaac Chotiner interviews Richard A. Epstein, Detroit faces coronavirus, saving indigenous languages, friend dates, and 2000s celebrity drama